The business world is changing...for good. What’s Working: Purpose + Profit, will highlight cutting edge organizations and inspiring leaders who are finding sustainable solutions to many of the world’s toughest issues.
And why women’s success is more than just checking boxes.
Victoria Russell, the first person to lead diversity, equity and inclusion at Papa John’s International, is committed to
“To make lasting changes to company culture, you need buy-in at all levels of leadership.”
“An organization’s character is founded upon its commitment to a strong set of values.”
Employees are demanding we move the needle on gender equity — it’s up to leaders to make it a reality.
Moving the needle calls for working together.
It’s important for employees to find fulfillment at their jobs — here are some ways organizations can help them do so.
Our audience should reflect what the country looks like.
By Joe M. Ricks Jr., Ph.D., chairman, Division of Business at Xavier University, and past president, HBCU Business Deans
These are some of the methods we’ve used to create and sustain a diverse and inclusive workplace.
"If training the future workforce is a fundamental role of education, it’s just as important a role for business."
“The time is now for business leaders to step up and take action — this is our responsibility.”
“The work we see happening now in workforce development, between corporations and nonprofit education partners like ours, is some of the most innovative, intuitive and impactful of all time.”
“It will take a concerted, conscious effort to create the change we are looking for.”
Taking a stand is more important now than ever before.
"We're giving our $10 million tax cut back to the planet," the company said.
“Why aren’t our corporate leaders a better reflection of our diverse employees, customers and communities?”
Closing off our educational borders will make our world smaller and less compassionate.